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Oct 5, 2012 12:00pm EDT
the c-span's site. next is a call from dennis watching in upper marlboro maryland. your honor, good morning. >> caller: good morning and thank you for the opportunity. first, a lot of the smart people out there in the c-span's family stole my thunder on a lot of these points. but, i think basically we need a moderate to strong federal government because i see these right-wing nuts out there in the country crying about the states' rights, and they want less federal government. you know, a brimley and ran into this problem. we've seen this before where certain states broke away from the nation and started the civil war for god sake. either we are going to have to face the fact that we are all americans and we have a moderate to strong federal government coming and the reason for that is because our government players is very important role around the world. it's not just in america, but the world looks to our country, the leadership, and not only can we have that in my opinion, my humble opinion, is the moderate to strong federal government. >> host: thanks for being part of the discu
Oct 2, 2012 8:00pm EDT
of deficit reduction, the tailor the policy better to denny's at the time. for example, pick up a can that has revenue and greece is supposed to take place over the next 10 years and you pick it up and look at them and say, does this really make sense right now given we are still recovering from the recession? is this too regressive? can we find a different form to do a less harmful form of revenue and praise, even right away then monday may be low-income tax cuts. so i think remixes not so hard to come up with. i think i have not yet seen a package that is realistically acceptable to both democrats and republicans in terms of actual policy. in this surprising because i was but even like tax reform component, you think the republicans are in favor of reducing entitlement spend and peer democrats are in favor of raising revenue approaches, but she be surprised how many democrats don't really like the details revenue raising approaches and how many republicans don't like the details of spending cuts. so i think were very far away from the idealistic version of simpson/bowles, which i lo
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